Senator Mitt Romney is the epitome of a “RINO” – “Republican in name only.”
He would rather compromise with Democrats instead of fighting back against their radical agenda – especially if it means he gets his name attached to a so-called “bipartisan deal.”
But what Mitt Romney just said about Joe Biden will turn most conservatives red with rage.
Joe Biden and the Democrats are going all-out to reverse Donald Trump’s policies and undo everything he achieved during his four years in office.
And Mitt Romney is helping them achieve this goal.
After Trump endorsed Romney in 2018, Romney turned around and voted to impeach Donald Trump, supported the Left’s politically-motivated January 6 commission and opposed most of Trump’s America First agenda.
And now that Joe Biden is President, Mitt Romney is suddenly not only willing to work with the White House, but is leading the charge to craft an infrastructure deal with Joe Biden.
The $2 trillion plan that Biden released earlier this year has 95% of it spent on social engineering to combat what Biden describes as “racial injustice,” with only 5% of the funding going to building roads and bridges.
And you can bet much of that will be squandered on government red-tape and dumb “bridges to nowhere” like taxpayers have footed the bill for time-and-time-again.
But when taking questions recently from the press about Romney’s “compromise,” Biden launched praises at the Senator, saying Romney had “never broken his promises” so he fully “trusts” him.
And Romney went all-out to prove he and Biden have a two-way love fest between them.
When Romney was asked about Biden’s comments by a CNN reporter, he stated “I do trust the President. And he made very clear in the much larger statement that came out over the weekend, carefully crafted and thought through piece-by-piece, that if the infrastructure bill reaches his desk and it comes alone, he will sign it. At the same time, I recognize that he and his Democrat colleagues want more than that, want other legislation as well. We, Republicans, are saying absolutely no. At the same time, trillions of dollars of new spending is something we will not support. Fixing the infrastructure in our country and fixing our airports and roads and bridges and transit system and rail is something we will support. We can get the job done.”
When further questioned about the compromise attempt, Romney claimed that he believes he “will have enough to get it passed.”
Romney even “called the White House” for reassurance, and in conclusion said that he asked himself the question, “Do I take him [Biden] at his word and a man of honor?”
The answer? A resounding “absolutely,” declared Romney.
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